Wah

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NAMM 2020 Video: Morley introduces three new Wahs for its 20/20 range

Including some pedalboard-friendly updates to classic pedals.

NAMM 2020: Vox’s new V847-C wah hits the sweet spot

The Vox V847-C boasts an improved frequency sweep with more low-end emphasis.

Review: Dunlop GCJ95 Gary Clark Jr Cry Baby & DB01B Dimebag Cry Baby From Hell

If you think all wah-wah pedals just go ‘wah’, these two latest signature models from Dunlop’s ever-expanding Cry Baby range are different enough to set you straight.
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Watch: Gary Clark Jr. talks his signature Cry Baby Wah

Dunlop’s collaboration with the Texan bluesman arrived earlier this year.

Review: Dunlop Siete Santos Octavio Fuzz & Jerry Cantrell Cry Baby Wah

These hefty chunks of engineering have been launched in honour of two very different artists in Billy Gibbons and Jerry Cantrell, but they both have the same job: to help you rock like a mutha.

Eight best wah pedals in 2019

Put the treadle to the metal with our guide to the best wah pedals in the business.

NAMM 2019: Morley introduces Mini Classic Switchless Wah

A smaller, wallet-friendly version of Morley’s Classic Wah.

Review: Morley Mark Tremonti, Michael Amott & DJ Ashba Skeleton Mini Wahs

Morley catches the eye with this trio of limited-edition signature wah-wahs that are intended primarily, but not exclusively, for use with high-gain tones. And one even glows in the dark…

Dunlop Cry Baby Mini 535Q Review

This miniaturised wah is still a Cry Baby, but has some surprisingly grown-up added tricks – so do you need half-size feet to use it?

Check out the first batch of Morley Custom Shop pedals

The three new limited-edition wahs sport new, psychedelic graphics—one’s even illustrated by Steve Vai himself.
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